Sleepy Songs - Old As I
What started as a project meant for kids at pre-school has turned into a beautiful, well accepted and praised project by the Swedish artist, Sleepy Songs. And now the producer and composer shares with us his latest work, “Old As I.”
This day dream induced song features a warm and light piano melody that drifts in and out of focus as the song moves forward. It has a soft and delicate side to it, which explains the original intent for the project to be a series of songs for pre-schoolers at nap time. But it turns out, lots of folks (myself included) can appreciate the soothing sounds that Sleepy Songs creates.
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